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No, they remain the same size. I always wash them inside a mesh laundry bag, in the washing machine and then tumble dry. I’ve never had a problem.
MRS AMG
· 22 June 2021
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If you go into your order of the item scroll down and you should see contact seller
TDom
· 13 December 2020
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Bamboo fibres are pulped and processed into viscose (also called rayon and tencel). Other plant fibres are similarly used to create viscose. It has similar properties to silk, so is soft, drapey and adapts to body temperature well, but this also makes it fragile for frequent use. Blending viscose with other fibres, lik… see more Bamboo fibres are pulped and processed into viscose (also called rayon and tencel). Other plant fibres are similarly used to create viscose. It has similar properties to silk, so is soft, drapey and adapts to body temperature well, but this also makes it fragile for frequent use. Blending viscose with other fibres, like polyester and nylon add strength and longevity. Bamboo socks are incredibly soft and comfortable but known to wear quickly. Elastane is used in cuffs for stretchiness. see less Bamboo fibres are pulped and processed into viscose (also called rayon and tencel). Other plant fibres are similarly used to create viscose. It has similar properties to silk, so is soft, drapey and adapts to body temperature well, but this also makes it fragile for frequent use. Blending viscose with other fibres, like polyester and nylon add strength and longevity. Bamboo socks are incredibly soft and comfortable but known to wear quickly. Elastane is used in cuffs for stretchiness.
Molly
· 19 December 2020
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I bought some, they didn't smell of smoke. Smoke is not normal. I can't check them now, they are too tight around the ankle, I had to throw them away.
jrc
· 24 July 2021
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Hi. I do not use dryer.
I used this par just one time.

javier valdes
· 28 January 2021